Brighton Pavilion - Black, White and Grey Mirror

£45.00 GBP

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Hello from Brighton, a famous historic seaside town in the southeast of England with ties to royalty (including Queen Victoria herself!) and one of the best LGBTQ scenes in the UK. This black and white photo print is of Brighton's most iconic building, the Royal Pavilion, also known as Brighton Pavilion. It's a Grade I listed former royal residence built in the 1700s as a seaside retreat for George, Prince of Wales, who became the Prince Regent and later, King George IV. The Royal Pavilion is famous for its unusual Asian-themed architecture and "onion domes" and is one of very few royal residences no longer owned by Queen Elizabeth II and the current reigning royal family.

Trivia aside, the basis of this print is from a photo I took of the Pavilion. It's the negative of the image, styled in an abstract architectural design. 

"Brighton Pavilion - Black, White and Grey Mirror" is an unframed art print, printed on professional satin finish paper for a high-quality finish with rich, vibrant colours that truly stand out.

Artworks are printed to order and are suitable for framing. Frames and props are not included with the print but are shown for illustration purposes only to give you an idea of how the print will look once framed. Colours may vary slightly due to screen resolutions. Avoid putting the artwork in direct sunlight to help maintain the brightness of the colours.

Shipping to the UK is free for this item. Larger-sized prints (A2 and A3) come in a hard tube to ensure the print is delivered undamaged. The print is meant to be framed and flattens completely once behind glass. Smaller sizes (A4 and A5) are shipped in sturdy cardboard envelopes for safety. 

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